New in 2020
The PACER Project: Post-Acute COVID-19 Exercise & Rehabilitation Project
Hello colleagues, I am proud to have been invited to develop a PowerPoint video for the APTA in response to the COVID pandemic (PACER Project). A core group of cardiopulmonary specialists were asked by the Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Section to make videos in their area of expertise to help PTs anticipate the needs of COVID survivors of mod/severe cases. Speed was of the essence! 14 lectures have been posted so far. PTs across the globe are asking for help yesterday!
My lecture was posted 4/21/20. Check it out and share with PTs who may need help with COVID patients!!!
The videos are FREE for all PTs!
- Facebook: Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Section of APTA
- Instagram: APTAcvp
- Twitter: APTAcvp
- YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJR0p2186h3OYPfnavgjfHQ?view_as=subscriber
(Hashtags: #cvpPT, #PACERproject, #vitalsareVITAL, #covid19)
See Mary’s 3-part interview with “ThinkTechHawaii” host Christine Lynders, PT of “Movement Matters:” Part 1: 4/21/20
Christine Lynders (left) is a private practice orthopedic PT in Hawaii who hosts a show called “Movement Matters” on “ThinkTech Hawaii, Inc.,” a Hawaii nonprofit corporation dedicated to raising public awareness and providing a platform for civic engagement. We sat down for a series of 28-minute interviews (socially distant by 5,000 miles 😊) to talk about breathing, posture, COVID-19, and how I developed my expertise in the field of breathing dysfunction.
Part 1 (recorded April 20, 2020): https://youtu.be/mrOyjqhjI7E
Part 2 (recorded May 5, 2020): https://youtu.be/x20OrvLCEFU
Part 3 (recorded May 19, 2020): https://youtu.be/YZP7SmMXlLY
Mary Massery is the featured speaker in the Wired Collective’s “spotlight on excellence” 2020 series…
THE WIRED COLLECTIVE is a premium online membership for pediatric PTs and OTs who want to bring innovative practice into their everyday clinical work. We use technology to connect, learn, support and mentor a growing international community of clinicians who are passionate about bringing creative, innovative and effective therapy approaches to the kids they work with.
SPOTLIGHT ON EXCELLENCE
Every year, The Wired Collective invites clinicians who are thought leaders and experts in the field of Neuromotor Rehabilitation to join us in our collective for a deep dive into their work. Over 3 – 4 months we focus on providing actionable strategies that help our members implement the ideas and concepts into their everyday clinical work. We do this through laser focused coaching sessions with videos and discussions of real case studies from members in our collective, accountability groups (our Progress Pods) and live Q&As. We also take time to dig into the research and stay up to date with the evidence base by connecting with academics who are knee deep in our topics of interest.
We are so excited to have Mary Massery as our first Spotlight on Excellence guest for 2020 and we wanted to offer therapists who are interested in Mary’s approach a special opportunity to join our Wired Collective and take advantage of this opportunity to focus on consolidating the theory into their clinical practice over the next few months. If you’re interested in doing a deep dive into Mary Massery’s work and joining The Wired Collective as a member (at Mary Massery special of 2019 rates), jump on the waitlist now and we’ll get you sorted —> bit.ly/WiredCollectiveWaitlist
Wellspring Magazine: April 2019
See the powerful article that Shiffy Friedman wrote about a child that was touched by Mary Massery in a huge way (pun intended). Published in the April 2019 issue of Wellspring Magazine. Following the article, Shiffy interviews Mary and her faculty member Nechama Karman.
Podcast 2019: Mary Massery: Bridging systems in pediatric PT
Listen to a podcast interview with Mary Massery on Mindy Silva’s “wired on development” website. Wired on development’s mission is to “connect and update the collective knowledge and skills of brilliant pediatric physical and occupational therapists online so we can work together to help more amazing kids develop their potential.”
Dr. Mary Massery
We talk about multi-disciplinary and we talk about being wholistic therapists that see the whole child, but Dr. Mary Massery lives and breathes these concepts (excuse the pun). Mary Massery is probably most well known for her soda pop can theory of postural stability and in our interview, I was expecting to focus on breathing and core – and we did a lot of that – but that’s just a starting point. Mary has a formidable and impressive reputation as a thought leader in physical therapy and it is well deserved. She is an international key note speaker, an academic and a practicing clinician who fully intends to keep practicing after she turns 100, which is a good thing for the rest of us and all the clients she works with! I was hugely excited to interview Mary for a wired on Podcast and I was not disappointed. You won’t be either – you are going to love this interview – enjoy!
“PT PINTCAST” with Jimmy McKay
Listen to Jimmy’s lively podcasts with Mary Massery. BYO pint! ?
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